Do you know what’s the best thing about traveling in India? Yes, in fact, you can travel very cheaply or expensive. India is a country where traveling on a possible budget, but as pleasantly. And if you are planning a pleasant budget trip in India, then there are three places in Rajasthan that you can discuss easily under Rs.10,000. Read on and plan your trip immediately.
Places In Rajasthan You Can Cover On A Budget
Also known as the lake city, you can easily get a return flight for Udaipur at Rs.5000. People who love train journeys can opt for one from Mumbai, Delhi, and Pune. The return train journey will cost anywhere between Rs.2000-3000. In terms of stay, there are budget Havelis, hostels, and hotels for you to choose from. If you opt for budget Havelis, you will spend Rs.1500-2000 per night, which is Rs.1000 per person. Food is cheap, and attractions are almost free. Stay in the main market area, so that you can cover this beautiful lake city on foot. If you plan a trip with your friend, you’ll save up on food and transport costs. However, Udaipur is also known as a backpacker’s by and by, so planning a solo trip there ain’t a bad option either.
You can easily plan a 3-4 days trip to Jodhpur for under Rs.1000. If you are traveling from Mumbai or Pune, you can take a direct train to Jodhpur, and the return journey will cost you around Rs.2000. People traveling from Delhi can take a bus or a train, and the return journey will again cost you Rs.2000. When it comes to staying, Jodhpur has tons of hostels and budget-Havelis, so a stay in Jodhpur will cost anywhere between Rs.500-1500 per night. For food, there are tons of cafes, street food options, and small restaurants for you to choose from. For attractions, you will not spend more than Rs.500 per person on tickets. Look for stay options in the Old City, this way all significant attractions will be within a walking distance for you. To add this place in Rajasthan to your list.
Like Jodhpur, Jaipur is connected by train from Mumbai, Pune, Delhi, and other cities. For people traveling from Bangalore and other places- you can take a direct flight to Jaipur. A direct flight, if booked in advance will cost Rs.5000 return whereas- a train/bus journey will cost Rs.2000-2500 return. In terms of stay, Jaipur again has some great hostel options. You can live in Zostel Jaipur for Rs.400/per night. For traveling around, you can either rent a scooter or Rickshaws. In terms of attractions, you will not spend more than Rs.700 per person on tickets. For food, Jaipur again has tons of street food options, making food affordable.